Arizona Cardinals Worst-Case Scenario: DJ Humphries

Offensive linemen don’t get the glory that most other positions tend to get. What they do goes under-appreciated by a large portion of fans, who just have a basic understanding of what they do. In reality, a great offensive line can make an average team good. Conversely, a bad line can make a good team […] Arizona Cardinals Worst-Case Scenario: DJ Humphries - Raising Zona - Raising...
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4 hours ago

What Are The 5 Biggest “What-If’s” for the Arizona Cardinals in the Arians/Keim era?

Throughout this most recent regime, everyone at some point has wondered what could have been with these situations. The Arizona Cardinals are, arguably, at a crossroads entering the 2017 season. Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald could be entering their final seasons, Bruce Arians might be year-to-year at this point and they lost 5 of their defensive starters to free agency. ...
Via Revenge of the Birds
7 hours ago

Arizona Cardinals offensive line should be better in 2017 according to PFF

The Cardinals offensive line should be improved according to Pro Football Focus. One of the failings of 2016 was that of the offensive line not coming together. Both injuries and ineffectiveness led to the Arizona Cardinals having one of the worst offensive lines, again, in the NFL. Pro Football Focus ranked the Cardinals 2016 offensive line as 26th, lamenting the injuries to Jared...
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9 hours ago

PFF Ranks Arizona Cardinals as Having 14th Best Roster

The Arizona Cardinals have been graded out as having the 14th best roster in the NFL according to Pro Football Focus. There is no doubting the Arizona Cardinals had a down year in 2016 and then went on to lose some key players this offseason. We have hashed both of these topics out extensively here on Revenge of the Birds. While there are still playoff aspirations for the Cards...
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11 hours ago

Carson Palmer not sure if 2017 will be his last NFL season

Carson Palmer doesn’t know what the future holds beyond the coming season.Speaking on Tuesday during a conference call for a charity event, the Arizona Cardinals quarterback was asked about his plans for after the 2017 campaign.“That’s a great question, and I don’t have an answer,” said Palmer, per Kyle Odegard of the team’s official website. “I love every facet of...
Via Larry Brown Sports
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals: Cornerback camp preview

The Arizona Cardinals are still searching for their second starting cornerback One position we’ve come back to time and again to talk about this offseason when it comes to the Arizona Cardinals is the cornerback position.  With the way they produced in 2016, rightfully so. After Patrick Peterson, once again, we are left guessing as […] Arizona Cardinals: Cornerback camp preview...
Via Raising Zona
1 day ago

Arizona Cardinals: Tight End camp preview

The Arizona Cardinals dill counting on Jermaine Gresham to get the job done There should be some competition at tight end as we get ready to enter Arizona Cardinals camp in about three weeks.  The number one guy heading into camp is Jermaine Gresham. Gresham is entering his 8th season out of Oklahoma.  His production […] Arizona Cardinals: Tight End camp preview - Raising Zona...
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1 day ago

Arizona Cardinals’ Wide Receivers are bargains in fantasy drafts

With OTAs and minicamp wrapping up, and training camp not starting for close to another month, it’s time for fantasy players to start getting excited for the upcoming season. Rookies had their first taste of adjusting to their new teams, free agency is dying down for the most part, and analysts can finally start to make predictions and opinions of value. While although it is still...
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Drew Stanton thinks NFL has a QB development problem

Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton entered the league as a second-round pick of the Lions in 2007 and has spent the last decade serving as a backup in Detroit, Indianapolis and Arizona. Stanton has seen a lot of quarterbacks move through the league over that time and that experience has left him with strong views about…
Via Pro Football Talk
5 days ago

Bruce Arians: Byron Leftwich will be head coach ‘early and fast’

Considering he was the No. 7 pick of the 2003 draft, Byron Leftwich’s playing career was somewhat of a disappointment. He threw 51 touchdown passes and 36 interceptions for the Jaguars with a passer rating of 80.5. Jacksonville released him just before the 2007 season, and he spent the last five years of his career as a backup.Leftwich’s coaching career could turn out differently...
Via The Sports Daily
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals: Debating Palmer’s Hall of Fame resume

Since the imminent end to Carson Palmer‘s career should realistically be in the next few years (if not sooner), questions of whether or not he is worthy of a place in Canton have been asked. Coach Arians believes he is one ring away from serious consideration, which may be true, especially with Coach’s track record of quarterbacks he’s had in his career. However, there are...
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Antoine Bethea was the Arizona Cardinals best free agent addition

Losing two starting-caliber safeties via free agency isn’t ideally what the Arizona Cardinals had envisioned, but they made up for it by adding a former pro bowl veteran safety. Antoine Bethea is still one of the hardest-hitting and sure tacklers among safeties in the national football league today.  He certainly won’t give the Cardinals the same production D.J. Swearinger and...
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals sign top pick Haason Reddick

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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Carson Palmer fights age with rest

Bruce Arians sees evidence that Carson Palmer can bring the Cardinals back to the playoffs after last year’s dismal 7-8-1 season. The 37-year-old Palmer and the Cardinals are combating the effects of the quarterback’s age by resting him more. He didn’t throw during the winter or during the early part of organized team activities for the first time in his career, but he’s...
Via The Sports Daily
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Arians has funny explanation for Carson Palmer’s deep ball struggles

Bruce Arians spoke pretty bluntly and delivered a humorous explanation for why Carson Palmer struggled on his deep balls last season. The Arizona Cardinals head coach spoke from minicamp Wednesday about the deep balls and attributed it to Palmer’s weapons having issues. Floyd was released by the Cardinals last year following a DUI arrest, though he wasn’t producing at his typical...
Via Larry Brown Sports
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals WR John Brown suffers hamstring injury

Following an injury-plagued 2016 season that saw him deal with health issues that extended far beyond the football field, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver John Brown was given a clean bill of health recently.Unfortunately, that has now given in to more injury concerns for the young talent.Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians noted on Wednesday that Brown suffered a hamstring injury during...
Via Sportsnaut
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Daryl Washington campaigns to join the Cowboys

Former Arizona Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington has not played in the NFL since 2013 due to repeated violations of the league’s substance abuse policy.Washington, who was just reinstated by the NFL, found himself promptly released by the Cardinals following that decision. The first team to show real interest in his services was the Dallas Cowboys. Imagine that.For his part...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Arians on terrorism in London: ‘It’s not going to scare us off’

The Arizona Cardinals are set to take on the Los Angeles Rams at Twickenham Stadium in London this upcoming October. It’s the continuation of the NFL utilizing the United Kingdom city to help expand its brand.There’s now a lot more to the NFL taking its regular season to this international venue. In the face of increased terrorist attacks, the United Kingdom has become a hotbed...
Via Sportsnaut
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Johnson hopes to resume NFL career, says teams are interested

Chris Johnson will turn 32 in September and is coming off a year in which he appeared in just four games, but the veteran running back is not ready to call it a career.In an appearance on SiriusXM NFL Radio Friday, Johnson said he still wants to play in the NFL. He claims a few teams have expressed interest and he has been in contact with the Arizona Cardinals about a possible return...
Via Larry Brown Sports
26 days ago  |  Discuss

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